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 Posted: Tue Feb 12th, 2013 02:26 pm
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Mike, you just picked up on the exact purpose of the mantelpiece challenge we are running for the NGC.

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 Posted: Tue Feb 12th, 2013 04:37 pm
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Awesome work, lads! Very inspirational as well!

:apl::apl::apl::apl:



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 Posted: Tue Feb 12th, 2013 05:06 pm
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mwiz64 wrote: Alright... that does it. I'm starting a diorama ASAP. I gotta have something like this for the Brookville to live on. Sitting in a Tupperware container is just no way for a critter to live. In fact, I'd say it's cruel and unusual punishment.

Beautiful job, Dan...

danpickard wrote: Mike, you just picked up on the exact purpose of the mantelpiece challenge we are running for the NGC.

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Wow, the whole challenge was based on getting Brookeville locos out of Tupperware ... who woulda guessed? :)



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We considered calling it "The Great Tupperware Escape", but figured there'd be to many questions... :)

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 Posted: Wed Feb 13th, 2013 09:43 am
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Do you think a Tupperware loco shed would look out of place in 1920s?:P



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 Posted: Wed Feb 13th, 2013 09:50 am
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A biscuit tin might be better! Just make sure the whole dio is smaller than a bread box, so you can still keep your loco fresh. :bg:



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mwiz64 wrote:
Do you think a Tupperware loco shed would look out of place in 1920s?:P

YES! Tupperware wasn't invented until 1946. ;)



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Nice job Dallas !

Perhaps add a switch; for more operating potential, next time !

( wink )

Nice.

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Just seen this, great work Dallas! Once again I have sagebrush envy...:P

Dan, yours is superb too!:bow:



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Si. wrote: Nice job Dallas !

Perhaps add a switch; for more operating potential, next time !

( wink )

Nice.

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Si.

Too much work!  I was thinking of adding a cabin for more "non-operating" or rest potential. :y: :)



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